Honeymoons in South Africa

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South Africa Overview

A honeymoon in South Africa, can be the opportunity to discover new things, as you discover one another.  South Africa is a glorious land with beautiful colors and plenty of opportunity to relax and unwind as you gaze into one another’s eyes in a glorious setting that can make time stand still. 

A honeymoon in South Africa can be the romantic seclusion of your dreams.  Newlyweds are offered a variety of things to do and places to see, as well as, plenty of relaxation in a land where love is easily celebrated.  From small intimate lodges to magnificent hotel resorts, a honeymoon in South Africa has something to offer even the most discerning couples.


Key Facts for South Africa

Currency: South African Rand

Capital: Pretoria

Laguage: South Africa has 11 official languages

Flight time: 11 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in South Africa

When to Go:  For honeymooners that are planning outdoor pursuits, the ideal time June to September is one of the best times of the year to go; however, South Africa can be enjoyed any time of the year.  September to November or April and May are considered good weather months, and also ideal times to travel.

Flight Info:  Carriers that serve the route from New Delhi to South Africa include Air India, Etihad Airways, and South African Airways. Flight take about 17.5 hours with two stops.

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Getting Married in South Africa

A destination wedding in South Africa is a land of jagged mountains, golden beaches, barren deserts and rich safari plains for adventurous couples wedding dreams to come true.  South Africa offers an amazing range of fabulous locations to exchange your wedding vows and hold your reception celebration.  Whether a small chapel, or a sunset wedding on the beach, South Africa can fulfil your dreams for that perfect wedding celebration.

Marriage Requirements

South Africa

The Department of Home Affairs manages the solemnisation and registration of customary marriages, civil marriages and civil unions, within South Africa.  To be able to wed, couples must prove that each is free to wed and that your marriage complies with the law.  Papers needed on the day of your wedding ceremony include identity papers, valid passports and a letter of no impediment if one of you is not South African.  Marriage Certificates are hand written and issued at no cost after the ceremony.  The register will be sent to the Department of Home Affairs for registration via the marriage office.  To gather more information, please visit http://www.home-affairs.gov.za/.

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